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More ballots back for Sequim school measures

February 1st, 2013 - 6:31am

(Sequim) -- More than a quarter of the ballots are now back for the Sequim School District's special levy election.

The county Auditor's office says another 21-hundred ballots came back yesterday. There are now just under 54-hundred of the more than 21-thousand-five hundred ballots sent out back at the courthouse.

The district seeks renewal of its maintenance and operations levy, plus approval of a second, one-year measure that would be used to pay for new school buses.

Ballots must be postmarked or returned to an official drop box by February 12th to be valid.

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